Stroke

Stroke

A stroke is a lesion that occurs when normal blood flow to an area of ​​the brain stops. This causes the cells to stop oxygenating and thus they die. A stroke can be caused by a ruptured artery or by a bloodstream blockage, it can be mild or severe and the...
Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot The term diabetic foot is used to describe a foot that presents with a pathological condition (diabetic ulcer, infection, neuropathic osteoarthritis) associated with diabetes. Diabetic foot manifests after several years of unregulated diabetes, more...
Open surgical reconstruction

Open surgical reconstruction

Open surgical reconstruction is the oldest and most widespread method of treating many vascular diseases. During this procedure, in order for the surgeon to have enough space to work, a long incision is usually made, with which the doctor has a better view of the area...
Aneurysm

Aneurysm

The term aneurysm describes an increase of the artery diameter by at least fifty percent above normal and the formation of a swelling. In the case of the abdominal aorta the diameter can exceed three centimeters. In which arteries can an aneurysm appear? Aneurysms can...
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